I ask you all this:
"What are the most Underused Abilities/Ultimates in all Activities including endgame activities? And What can Be done to bring them up to parity?"
I say this, Because from what I see, There are just too many nerfs that are/have been called for over time which, while some may have been rarely for the right reasons (welcome to be wrong here.) most of the time, It has left elder scrolls online Worse for wear. The most recent one being a nerf to corrosive armor because someone in pvp ended up on the receiving end of a DK using corrosive armor with mechanical acuity and decided to criticise an "Ultimate Ability" for being what it is: an Ultimate ability which like many ultimates, are designed to shift the tide of battle when sufficiently charged and if used correctly.
So instead of calling for nerfs to an Ultimate, let alone an ability which may be the most used amongst many others. Why not Look at some of the most Underused Abilities/Ultimates and see what can be done, to tweak/buff them up to be used just as much as the most used abilities/ultimates currently used, bring them up to parity.
So again: "What are the most Underused Abilities/Ultimates in all Activities including endgame activities? And What can Be done to bring them up to parity?"
(Yes, I know class feedback threads exist to bring up specific pain points regarding that respective classes abilities/ultimates, but given said threads are not exactly "PINNED" for ease of access kinda makes the threads themselves a pain point eh?)
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